Jun 16th 2010 8:58AM Guilty as charged here too.
In addition, I am compelled to levle and max out every single profession in game at least once - so not only do I drive myself insane trying to collect every obscure recipe possible (just finished Thorium Brotherhood rep on my blacksmith), but then I go out and do it again for *another* profession.
Jun 14th 2010 5:28PM The blog comments bring up something I have been wondering about for a while now...
While there is nothing listed in the requirements that mention anything about having an established presence in the WoW blogosphere or following for the class columnists, it certainly does seem to be present in all of the columnists hired for recent vacancies.
Can someone without an established following be hired for a class columnist position, or is it generally expected that the person is a relatively recognized class expert in the larger World of Warcraft blog community?
Apr 27th 2010 9:15AM I think sometimes the distinction between "epic" (or good) can get a bit blurred with "accessible". Now - what I do personally miss a lot are things like world bosses or attunements. You worked for them, and you had a feeling when you accomplished them. But they were also still realistic for part-time players too. The problem with 25m raids, and *especially* 40m raids, is that they really cull out a lot of the WoW playerbase. Not everyone is in a position to join a huge guild like that - on my server, 25m guilds are fairly uncommon and good ones even moreso. So for places like our serves, this announcement is a wonderful change. I still find a lot of the content very challenging, even epic, but this may be because I'm in a strict 10m guild and so there's very little we can just charge in and farm.
Apr 16th 2010 8:46AM I'm with the other warlock. I use Necrosis all the time - it does everything that it sounds like Fort does, but in a very small, concise UI that doesn't clutter my screen and works right out of the box. I'm a big fan of the KISS principle, and it doesn't sound like Fort does that at all...
Agree with the other mage, as well. Decursive is incredibly handy, not just for mages but for any class with poison, disease, or curse removal. Again, it's small and efficient as well.